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313.  Lagana, the Bread for Clean Monday
Read about lagana, the Greek flatbread eaten at the start of Lent.
314.  Clean Monday, Kite Flying and Greek Picnics!
Kite flying in Athens is the thing to do on the start of Lent, which is March 18th this year.
315.  Greek Dips for Superbowl Sunday
  I am not a football kinda gal. I never aspired to being a cheerleader, I went to an urban university where Frisbee throwing was the school sport, and I never really understood why grown men like to maraud one another, all in the name of an oddly shaped ball. But I can appreciate the need to munch when the ...
316.  Comfort in a Soup Bowl
As I write this, I have just returned from NYC, where the mercury refused to budge above about 20 degrees F. Bone-chillin’ cold. In Greece, it’s winter too, of course, not quite as frigid but still cold enough for soup, my favorite winter food. Despite the winter and the need for warming foods, soup is a little underrated in Greece ...
317.  Lemon in Greek Cooking: Recipes to Love!
  Pot-Roasted Chicken with Lemon and Mastiha Liqueur Serves 6 1 medium chicken, 3 – 3 ½ lbs. / 1 ½ – 2 k, cut into serving pieces 2 tbsp extra virgin Greek olive oil Salt and freshly ground pepper 1 large leek, whites and tender greens, coarsely chopped 1 medium sized fennel bulb, coarsely chopped 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped ...
318.  Avocado: A Vegetarian Restaurant in Syntagma
It takes a certain courage to open a vegetarian restaurant in this carnivorous city and even more courage to do so in times of severe belt tightening, on a street, nonetheless, where the shops around have shut down, victims of the financial plague. Avocado’s owners did it though, right in the heart of Syntagma, on Nikis Street. Avocado has a ...
319.  Greens in Greek Cooking: Boil or Blanch?
While it might seem odd to a non-Greek cook to boil greens until they are extremely soft, this is the way Greeks like to eat them. In Greek cooking, all sorts of greens, wild and cultivated, sweet and bitter, are boiled, typically in a big pot filled with salted water that is at the point of a rolling boil. Simple ...
320.  Beyond Spinach: Winter Greens in Greek Cooking
January. I am devoting this month to greens, glorious greens, which are available in great variety in Greece and are prepared in countless ways in Greek cooking. To these eyes the brightest thing around right now in Greece are the mountains of greens that glisten and flutter at the farmers’ markets or in the wild. Greens come into season after ...
321.  Festive Rice Pilaf
8 servings   2 cups. basmati rice 5 to 6 Krokos Kozani (Greek saffron) threads 2 cups chicken broth 2 cups water 4 tbsp. butter Salt 2 tbsp. olive oil 2 large onions, finely chopped 2 large carrots, diced small Zest of 2 oranges, sliced ​​into thin strips 3 tbsp. sugar 3 tbsp. water ½ – 1 cup raisins, Corinthian ...
322.  Salads for the Holiday Table
Every meal, whether rich and festive or light, needs a salad. In the Greek tradition, there are so many cruciferous and other seasonal vegetables as well as fruits that may be chopped for a fresh salad. Greens, both sweet and bitter, are generally savored as cooked salads, dressed simply with excellent fresh olive oil, in season at this time of ...